Kavli IPMU Postdoctoral Fellowship Program at University of Tokyo

Postdoctoral Fellowship program is been advertised by the “Kavli Institute for the Physics and Mathematics of the Universe” (Kavli IPMU) at the University of Tokyo. The Kavli IPMU is located on the Kashiwa campus of the University of Tokyo, with a satellite facility at the Kamioka Underground Observatories.

The Kavli IPMU was established in 2007 and aimed to discover the fundamental laws of nature and to understand the universe by bringing together mathematicians, statisticians, theoretical and experimental physicists, and astronomers. According the school, candidates who are interested in our broad range of sciences and in interacting with people across disciplines should apply.

“Our postdoctoral fellows are for three years and provided with salary comparable to those at other prestigious institutions. They receive generous travel support and are encouraged to travel internationally, visit other institutions, and attend conferences, up to 3 months every year.

Our postdoctoral fellows have opportunities to conduct research in:

  • All areas of mathematics, including algebra, analysis, geometry, and statistics.
  • Theoretical physics, including astrophysics, cosmology, particle and string theory, and physical mathematics.
  • Statistical and computational cosmology, including the opportunity to study the dataset from the Subaru Wide Field Survey.
  • Particle and underground experiments, including Belle II, KamLAND-Zen, SK-Gd at Super-Kamiokande, T2K long baseline neutrino experiment, and R&D for future large neutrino detectors.
  • Astrophysics and cosmology experiments, including Hyper Suprime-Cam for weak lensing survey and Prime Focus Spectrograph for the dark energy at the Subaru Telescope, LiteBIRD satellite, CMB B-mode polarization measurements, SDSS-IV for a galaxy survey, and applications of radiation imaging to space missions, accelerator technology and nuclear medicine”.

DEADLINE: December 1, 2018

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